Review for Harry Potter and The Invincible Technomage

Harry Potter and The Invincible Technomage

(#) Cateagle 2008-01-13

First off, I greatly enjoyed the flashbacks showing how the relationship between Tony, Harry, and Tony's friends grew - and, yes, you got the sense of wonder quite right. I can see quite the friendship developing between Franklin and Harry, much to the detriment of anyone who bothers them (a perp going after them is just -asking- for what he gets).

As to the rest, all I can say is "Welcome to accountability, Albus. It's a territory you've managed to avoid for years, but here's some one who's not in awe of you, he regularly deals with more powerful individuals - and ones with more accomplishments, not susceptible to your powers (he's dealt with too much), and not at all susceptible to your persuasiveness - he is, after all, a master negotiator and business man. I don't think Albus is going to appreciate having Harry Stark there as much as he expected.

I loved the meeting of Tony with the Grangers and the Patils and the plans they set in motion; I rather suspect that matters are going to progress rather beyond what any of them expects, though as this is -Harry- we're talking about. I wonder if the Patils will become Stark International's first authorized dealers to the wizarding world?

Author's response

- Harry and Franklin hung out all the time (and will continue to do so over the summer(s). Oddly enough unexplained explosions and devastation seems to occur in the same general vicinity...

- Albus has plans in progress to deal with the Stark Situation...

- As a matter of fact, the Patil family will be the Stark International's Point of Contact with BWS... The Brits are going to be hauled kicking and screaming out of the 18th century into the 21st by their children... And there will be plenty of Galleons to go around from this deal... Padma's, Parvarti's and Hermione's new toys will be the 'demo units' that crowbar open the market.